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AFRO-NETS> Contacts with other regions & Legal Area (3)
- Subject: AFRO-NETS> Contacts with other regions & Legal Area (3)
- From: Joost Hoppenbrouwer <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 12 Dec 1997 00:38:20 -0500 (EST)
Contacts with other regions & Legal Area (3)
Perhaps not exactly what you're looking for, but there is a legal
list on HIV/AIDS. Below you will find some info on it.
National AIDS Programme - Zambia
Welcome to the hiv-law mailing list!
Here's the general information for the list you've subscribed to, in
case you don't already have it:
HIV-LAW: The AIDS/HIV Legal Advocacy Discussion List
DESCRIPTION: HIV-LAW is an Internet discussion list for attorneys and
other advocates. The purpose of this list is to exchange information
of interest to persons involved in HIV client services and HIV law
and public policy advocacy.
The list subscribers generate the content of this list by posting in-
quiries, case summaries and analysis, comments, announcements, or
other items of professional interest to the other list subscribers.
HIV-LAW is NOT a newsletter from an HIV legal service organisation.
It is NOT intended for the direct provision of legal advice or serv-
ices to clients.
This is a closed list. All subscribers must be approved by the main-
tainers, and only subscribers to the list can post messages to it.
Accordingly, if you join this list, you will NOT receive questions on
legal issues or requests for services from members of the general
You may subscribe to either of two lists: HIV-Law or HIV-Law-Digest.
The digest (collection) of the day's messages will go out at mid-
To subscribe to the list, send a message to:
Your message should explain who you are, the nature of the legal or
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Both organizations and individuals may subscribe. Organizational sub-
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To send mail to folks on the list, just send mail to:
If you want to post anonymously, you can send mail to:
Send mail for the `AFRO-NETS' conference to `firstname.lastname@example.org'.
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For additional assistance, send mail to: `firstname.lastname@example.org'.